Are town planning rules relevant in transfer process?
Other administrative issues – a practical checklist
What is dutiable on transfer?
Transfer of Gaming Machine Entitlements:
Transferor to transferee – an overview when transferring gaming entitlements
Understanding gaming machine transfer rules
Obligations under Gaming and Liquor administration Act
Ensuring sufficient gaming machine threshold
When will a local Impact Assessment be required?
What restrictions and limitations can apply?
Development approvals – what role can this play in transfer process?
Case studies – when things can go very wrong
Paul Gibney, Partner, Gibney and Gunson Lawyers, Albury
Paul is an Accredited Specialist in Property Law and Business Law. He is a member of the New South Wales Property Law Specialist Accreditation Advisory Committee which examines candidates for Specialist Accreditation and is a past member of the Property Law Committee of the Law Society of New South Wales.
Paul was a co-author, together with Russell Cocks and Tony Cahill, of the first New South Wales edition of 1001 Conveyancing Answers, which is a leading reference for solicitors practising in property law.
He practice areas include liquor licensing, sale and purchase of business, and commercial property transactions.
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